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Intro To Quotient Rule Worksheet

There are a few rules to calculate the quotient of exponents expression. These are known as quotient rules. The quotient rule and power of the quotient rule are used to simplify the exponent product. This quotient rule worksheet is the best way students can learn to divide two exponent expressions having the same base. 

Grade 8
Exponents
8.EE.A.1
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Teaching the Intro to Quotient Rule Easily

 

The quotient rule of the exponent is also known as quotient law. 

Dividing two exponent expressions with the identical base but with distinct powers:

It states that the quotient or division result of two exponent expressions will be a new exponent having the same base raised with a difference of both the powers. 

 px / py = (p)x-y.

For example, What will the exponent be when a10 is divided by a6?

Solution: a10 / a6 = (a)10-6 = a4


 

Applying the power of quotient low on an exponent expression:

This exponent low or rule is used to simplify the quotient with exponential powers. It states that if a quotient is in the form of a fraction and has a single power, this power can be distributed to the numerator and the denominator.

(p  / q)x = px / qx .

For example, simplify (p  / q)10

Solution: (p  / q)10 = p10 / q10


 

Why Should you use Intro to Quotient Rule Worksheets for your students?

 

Students can easily learn quotient rules of exponents with this worksheet and analyse their expertise on this topic with problems from this worksheet and quotient rule worksheet answers. 

Additionally, the worksheet will help them revise this concept and solve problems based on the quotient rule. 

Download these class 8 Intro to Quotient Rule worksheets PDF for your students.

Teaching the Intro to Quotient Rule Easily

 

The quotient rule of the exponent is also known as quotient law. 

Dividing two exponent expressions with the identical base but with distinct powers:

It states that the quotient or division result of two exponent expressions will be a new exponent having the same base raised with a difference of both the powers. 

 px / py = (p)x-y.

For example, What will the exponent be when a10 is divided by a6?

Solution: a10 / a6 = (a)10-6 = a4


 

Applying the power of quotient low on an exponent expression:

This exponent low or rule is used to simplify the quotient with exponential powers. It states that if a quotient is in the form of a fraction and has a single power, this power can be distributed to the numerator and the denominator.

(p  / q)x = px / qx .

For example, simplify (p  / q)10

Solution: (p  / q)10 = p10 / q10


 

Why Should you use Intro to Quotient Rule Worksheets for your students?

 

Students can easily learn quotient rules of exponents with this worksheet and analyse their expertise on this topic with problems from this worksheet and quotient rule worksheet answers. 

Additionally, the worksheet will help them revise this concept and solve problems based on the quotient rule. 

Download these class 8 Intro to Quotient Rule worksheets PDF for your students.

Teaching the Intro to Quotient Rule Easily

 

The quotient rule of the exponent is also known as quotient law. 

Dividing two exponent expressions with the identical base but with distinct powers:

It states that the quotient or division result of two exponent expressions will be a new exponent having the same base raised with a difference of both the powers. 

 px / py = (p)x-y.

For example, What will the exponent be when a10 is divided by a6?

Solution: a10 / a6 = (a)10-6 = a4


 

Applying the power of quotient low on an exponent expression:

This exponent low or rule is used to simplify the 

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